DAT A320 near Bratislava on May 21st 2018, hydraulic failure
Last Update: May 22, 2018 / 22:15:33 GMT/Zulu time
A replacement A320-200 registration OY-JRZ positioned to Bratislava, resumed the flight and reached Billund with a delay of 6:15 hours.
The occurrence aircraft departed Bratislava after 16 hours on the ground, ositioned to Billund but has not yet resumed service about 10 hours after landing in Billund.
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